Its Sex Ed September, and all of you lovely followers should already know since I am running a month-long series of giveaways on this theme! For those interested in doing some active sex ed learning, I thought it’d be a great idea to break down the related resources you can find on Eden Fantasys.
Eden Fantasys has a wonderful selection of resources to help you learn everything there is to know about everything you need to know about. Their extensive list of Anthologies, Guides, and Opinions can teach you about the specifics of the vibrator you have had your eye on to the nitty gritty details of every sex-related product material you can think of, (seriously, their Guide to Materials has over 100 different materials each with their own detailed section). Can’t find something in these sections you want to learn about? Simply type it into the search bar and an article or discussion posted by someone in the community is bound to pop up. If something you’re interested in still isn’t covered, why not make an account and write about it yourself?
Of course, while you’re there don’t forget to stock up on your safer sex supplies. Condoms and lubricants are an incredibly important part of sex and sex education. Pick some up for yourself and your friends and keep learning!
If you are talking about sex, and your friend says something like “I have never heard of that!”, don’t shame them, educate them!
I have heard people shame their friends for not knowing everything they know about sex and relationships. This kind of behavior leads to dangerous and ill-informed experiences that can end badly.
There is no shame in asking questions about bodies, sex, experiences, relationships, kinks, or fetishes. It’s totally ok to question things, and to not know everything! Everyone has to learn at some point, and that’s ok!
At the same time, if you are not read to learn about these things and don’t plan to participate in anything anytime soon, it’s ok to excuse yourself from a conversation, or to change the subject. Don’t pressure anyone into talking about sex if they don’t want to!
This is just a short PSA because I see and hear this happen so often!
Be nice to other people who don’t know everything you know, take that chance to teach them or to give them resources to learn.
It makes me so happy to know that whenever I share these links on free education, books and resources online, people not only learn a lot from it but are often generous enough to share it with their friends and other folks online. It goes positively viral. That’s the beauty of learning: Passing it on. So let’s see what I have this week on more book-sy, academic stuff.
We all know that a student’s budget doesn’t allow extravagant book-shopping. This is why the internet is here to help. I’ve compiled a short list of websites that offer free textbooks in PDF and other forms. This summer, don’t let your tight budget ruin your chance to gain more knowledge. Here are some places to go to for help.
Happy learning, folks!